I hate being misunderstood, but I know that reality is filtered differently through everyone’s perceptions. So instead of validating myself, I will learn to take this as constructive criticism.
"why can’t we have STRAIGHT pride events?"
that’s called almost every single prom king/queen election, romance movie, introduction of a new love interest on a television show, famous wedding, and almost everything else on the planet involving romance that wasn’t explicitly MADE for the sake of being lgbtq+ oriented
|—||Roald Dahl (via lexestrex)|
If you’re truly in love with someone, you will not be able to kiss someone else without tasting your loved ones tears stain your lips. You will not be able to take your clothes off for someone else without feeling like a field ripped bare to its soil. Cheating is a choice, its a choice you made because you obviously didn’t give a single fuck about your relationship.
He may need some time alone to cope with the rejection, and you should allow him to have his space. You made the right choice. It wouldn’t be wise to go out with someone just the sake of keeping the friendship alive. If you want to get to know him more on a romantic level, make that clear. If you don’t, make it clear as well.
You can the most beautiful person in the world, but it’s not your reality unless you BELIEVE that you are. The problem here is that you feel unattractive, and your low confidence stops you from pursuing the things you want.
You have the ability to change yourself. If you want to improve your physical features, try a new haircut, clothing style, makeup look, etc. Dress up more often to make yourself feel comfortable and happy. Smile more often.
While you put efforts into your outer appearance, don’t forget that the real change happens not when you become physically attractive but when you BELIEVE that you already are.
This is such an important yet underrated scene.
|—||“10 Word Poem” series - #16 (via guy)|
Faced with another life challenge.
I don’t know how I got here.
I don’t know how this will turn out…
but like always, I will believe in myself and trust the process.
Hello there! Thanks so much for your sweet comment ^___^ I really appreciate it <3
I think that you like this guy and you have a good feeling that he likes you too, then it’s better to put in the effort than not. If he likes being active, you can try setting up a date at a park where you two can play his favorite sports - you can ask your friends to come along if the sport requires teams.
Sometimes, you may be over thinking. If you see this as a potential relationship, then try stepping out of your comfort zone and make the first move. (: He may really appreciate it! And if he doesn’t, then it’s still better to know that he’s not interested early on.